Mothers whose lives revolve around their children may be more likely to be stressed and suffer from depression, according to a study.
Daffodils may hold the key to treating depression, research by academics of the University of Copenhagen in Denmark suggests.
Neurofeedback, a brain training technique which helps people control activity in a specific part of the brain could help treat depression, a study suggests.
Depression sufferers are characterized by high levels of rumination and negative thinking, researchers at first were skeptical a solitary walk in rural setting would provide any benefit.
There is a correlation between physical activity, depression and metabolic syndrome.
People who often ate hamburgers, hotdogs and pizza are fifty one per cent more likely to develop depression than those who rarely or never ate them, according to a study.
Emotional Stress Of Losing A Loved One Can Weaken Body’s Immune System & Reduce The Ability To Fight Off Infections.
People of working age who live alone increase their risk of depression by up to 80 percent compared with people living in families, says a Finnish study.
Previous studies have linked work-related stress to a range of mental and physical illnesses, such as depression and obesity.
Researchers from the University of Manitoba and of the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, wrote in the Canadian Medical Association Journal said, ‘Virtually without exception, these studies found that physical punishment like smacking, spank was associated with higher levels of aggression against parents, siblings, peers and spouses.’